Anna Park’s hectic charcoal drawings show scenes that combine the abstract with the figurative, focusing on turbulent and frenetic modern life, as one of her main interests is the complexity of people’s emotions.
The artist begins by filling her canvases with free and improvised strokes. She continues her process with an intricate shading of gray tones, which ends up composing scenes reminiscent of the radical fragmentation of cubism, as if seen through a kaleidoscope.
With these scenes and bizarre faces she presents the insecurities she harbors, such as shame and growth. These she often presents with images referenced from her own internet searches, twisting them and showing the characters as offal during a social event.